If you thought the summer was packed with amazing shows, just wait until you see the fall lineup. Here are 15 concerts you don’t want to miss this season:
TV ON THE RADIO | November 12 at The Phoenix
TV On The Radio are ready to share their new record Seeds at The Phoenix on November 18.
ST. LUCIA | Nov. 14 at The Danforth Music Hall
Get your dance on with St. Lucia and the Vacationer at the Danforth.
PUP | Nov. 15 at Lee’s Palace
Get ready for some serious crowd surfing and moshing at this Toronto punk band’s show.
INTERPOL | Nov. 18 at Kool Haus
NYC’s Interpol rock the Kool Haus with Hundred Waters.
HIGH ENDS | November 18 at The Garrison
Yukon Blonde frontman Jeffery Innes goes solo at The Garrison on November 18.
JULIAN CASABLANCAS + THE VOIDZ | November 21 at Kool Haus
Strokes singer Julian Casablancas goes solo once again with his new band The Voidz.
THEE OH SEES | November 23 at The Danforth Music Hall
Watch Thee Oh Sees tear into to material at the Danforth on November 23.
CARIBOU | November 24 at The Danforth Music Hall
Caribou teams up with 2014 Polaris Prize nominee Jessy Lanza for an intimate show a The DMH.
RUN THE JEWELS | November 26 at The Danforth Music Hall
Hip Hop duo Run The Jewels bring their highly acclaimed new record RTJ2 to The Danforth Music Hall.
THE STRUMBELLAS | Nov. 28 at The Phoenix Concert Theatre
Catch The Strumbellas with Sam Cash & the Romantic Dogs for a night of great Canadian live music at the Phoenix.
SLOAN | November 29 at The Phoenix
Canadian icons Sloan play all your favourites and rip through their new record Commonwealth at The Phoenix.
SHAKEY GRAVES | December 2 at The Phoenix
Get the silky, sweet folk notes of Shakey Graves at The Phoenix on December 2nd.
THE RURAL ALBERTA ADVANTAGE | Dec. 18 at The Danforth Music Hall
RAA returns to Toronto to support their recently released record Mended with Gold at The Danforth.
ALVVAYS | December 20 at The Opera House
Toronto indie pop darlings hit The Opera House for their biggest headlining hometown show yet.